A new study reveals describing certain foods in a foreign language can reduce aversion.
A set of neurons in the basal forebrain may drive aversions to certain foods.
With the help of snails, researchers investigate the neural processes at work when we develop food aversions after eating a bad meal.
A new study provides insight into the areas of the brain which become activated when people are presented with aversive foods and suggests the reward circuit may encode disgust.
CALCR, a type of neuron found in the medulla of mice, may hold the key to the development of drugs that can effectively curb overeating and fight obesity in humans.